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Government adopts legal basis to tap into EU recovery funds

By: J.S.,STA

The government endorsed on Wednesday a bill amending the budget implementation act for 2021 and 2022 to create a legal basis for effective use of EU funds for projects included in the recovery and resilience plan.

The government adopted the national recovery and resilience plan as a basis to draw EU recovery funds in April. Under the plan, which was endorsed by the European Commission at the beginning of July and by EU member states at the end of July, Slovenia is to get EUR 1.8 billion in grants and EUR 705 million in loans.

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